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Black Forest Gateau
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This sponge cake is a chocolatey, cherry, whipped cream overload. Back in the Seventies, it was what brought Germany back into the kitchens of Brits!
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Prawn Cocktail
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No Seventies dinner party was complete without a prawn cocktail starter. We're talking exotic creatures of the sea mixed with Thousand Island dressing served on a bed a ice-berg lettuce. Now that's posh nosh.
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Cheese and Pineapple Sticks
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In order to ooze the utmost sophistication at your dinner party, there's nothing quite like greeting your guests with a cube of pineapple and a cube of cheese speared through with a cocktail stick.
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Vol au Vents
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They never turned out this good looking.
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Corned Beef
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An excellent sandwich filler, with a bit of pickle but also this great source of protein tasted great in a corned beef hash.
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Blancmange
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The pièce de résistance of every Seventies dinner party was a milky, creamy gelatine-based, rabbit shape pudding.
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Spam
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If anyone knows what spam actually is, please could you let us know?
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Semolina
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Nowadays, it's reserved for school dinners...

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